When it comes to keeping your Carolina Cooker cast-iron cookware in top shape, there are a few basic rules you should always follow.
First and foremost, protect the precious nonstick surface by avoiding harsh detergents, scouring pads, and dishwashers, and go easy on the soap.
After cleaning, dry your cookware immediately to avoid rust. Heat your pan on the stove over low heat, or place in the oven at 400° for 10 minutes or until dry. Rub with a light coating of oil while the pan is still warm, then let cool completely.